Quantcast
Don't Miss
Home / Opinion / Commentary (page 50)

Commentary

Feed Subscription

Don’t rush a bad immigration bill

Every now and then a crisis emerges in which our response clearly displays what kind of people we are. Whether it is natural disaster or a man-made political crisis, our reaction sends an important message to others about our values, our sense of responsibility and how we solve problems.

Read More »

Lottery money needed for local transit

As of March 18, the state's primary source of transit operating money and federal matching dollars for expensive and specialized capital equipment was permanently repealed as part of the state's budget solution. Oddly, not a penny of that money came from tax dollars or the state general fund, yet it was redirected so that the state could capture the already-designated revenue.

Read More »

Hero or Pied Piper?

Every industrialized country on Earth delivers health care to its people at a far lower per-person cost than the United States. How do they do that?

Read More »

It’s time to shine light on wasteful spending at the local level

When Phoenix realized that it faced a projected $245 million budget shortfall for the coming fiscal year, new City Manager David Cavazos requested that every department submit proposed budget reductions ranging from 7 to 25 percent. Those proposals were placed on his desk in November and early December. But when the Goldwater Institute asked for them, they disappeared into a black hole.

Read More »

Media outlets duped by bogus polls

Regardless of what you may have read elsewhere, no one has a decisive lead in the GOP primary race to replace Congressman John Shadegg, who is retiring at the end of the year. There have been three "polls" released by candidates in the race so far, and none of them are worth a lick.

Read More »

Keep the public noticed

If public notices were not published in newspapers, the community would not know about hearings, requests for proposals, companies that are forming and other actions by government.

Read More »
Scroll To Top